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Phenomena that stir reverence and awe are far more likely than usual, Taurus.

Free Will Astrology

April 16th, 2014

Phenomena that stir reverence and awe are far more likely than usual, Taurus.

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    Well, hello Aries

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    Tap into poetic memory, Aries.

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    The style of sex you need most is exuberant, Aries.

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    Don't be an impatient control freak, Aries.

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    Do you remember being in your mother’s womb, Pisces?

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    "It would be smart fun for you Pisceans to add an innovative element to your identity."

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    New moon Saturday.

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    Mercury comes out of retrograde.

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    Mercury remains in retrograde.

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    Mercury goes retrograde.

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    New moon, blue moon

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    Moon in Scorpio

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    Mars squares off with Venus.

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    Happy Birthday, Capricorn

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    Not a good time to chat with those in authority, Aries.

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    Spend a little time by yourself, Aries.

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    You have much to celebrate this week, Capricorn.

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    Jupiter sends a wink to Saturn

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    Your career is in the spotlight, Pisces.

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